Australian poultry farm going green with Tesla

Australians seem to be really interested in Tesla Energy storage solutions, as a South Australian poultry farm run by AAM Investments Group has announced a new $2.6 million project.

According to Garry Edwards, AAM managing director, the installation of the 2.28MWh Tesla battery system will allow the farm to cut greenhouse gas emissions by up to 62%, and its energy consumption by more than 70%.

The energy gathered from the existing 1.4MW solar panel array will be stored in the new Tesla lithium-ion batteries, which will be able to power the entire complex for four hours each day.

When complete, it will be the largest battery installation on any active commercial farm in Australia.

h/t [OneStepOffTheGrid]

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